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 - Mr. Donnelly and Mr. Temple- meyer. Leading...
Mr. Donnelly and Mr. Temple- meyer. Leading this year's crew are 16 returning letter- some of the short sprints. Leon Naberhaus, a weight man and one-year letterman, had a 45' Puppet Shows Presented by Senior Students Studying different forms of the theatre is one of the latest projects for the Drama II students. The most recent form studied is that of puppets. To create more interest in the study, Fr. Higgins has divided the class of 15 into three groups. Each group chooses a familiar story, or makes up one of their own, then makes their own puppets and finally .gives their performance to the rest of the class. If the performances prove to be successful, they may be presented to the grade schools later. Presenting "The Fantasy World of Harry Faversham" will be Cindy Baumhover, Emily Meiners, Margie Stork, Mark Vonnahme, and Rae Jean Westendorf. This is a melodrama which takes place in medieval times. The original idea came from a song by the Cowsills and was developed into dialogue form by members of the group. Their stage will be made of a board fronting. The group will use stick puppets in their presentation. Another group will use an old efrigerator box as a stage to resent "Hansel and Gretel". The plot of their play is gener- lly the same as the story. Mar- onettes will again be used. The roup consists of Mary Bruner, Debbie Dillehay, Mary Fasben- er, Mary Gaffney, and Sheri lacker. "Little Red Riding Hood" will be presented by Jeff Bushe, Cathy Cawley, Chip Fangman, Craig Murphy, and Ann O'Leary. This will be a modernized version of the old tale. The group will use hand pup- jets for their play. Members of he group formed the dialogue rom the music of "Little Red Riding Hood" by Sam the Sham and the Pharohs. Reactions to this study by the students is generally favorable. 'Making marionettes and working around them is a fun and challenging part of drama" says Mary Gaffney. Mark Vonnahme adds "It's kind off dif- 'erent from the ordinary thea- ,er because everything must be exaggerated to get the point across." 16 Win Firsts in CYO Speech Kuemper Delegates Saturday evening, 26, seven Kuemper elected as delegates to District and State Conventions. The seven, Mary Bruner, Molly Burgess, Keenan, Patty Kitt, Joyce Marlou Soyer and Seyller were elected at Convention held in Spirit Auditorium. Mary Fran, Molly, Marlou, Val, and elected as statutory They will attend the Convention at -""'ifSSigJjff f'lfl'fillf! 1 ! Thoughts on St. Pat's Day By Teri Vanlerheiden With St. Patrick's Day heading our way March 17, one's

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  1. Carrol Daily Times Herald,
  2. 11 Mar 1972, Sat,
  3. Page 3

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